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  1. #1
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    Are the MCAA labor units pretty much industry standard for estimating?

    Question - are is the MCAA Manual of Labor units pretty much the industry standard starting point for estimating?

    Talking large commercial/industrial/healthcare etc. projects in the hundreds of thousands and millions of dollars.

    If not, then what are the most widely used published standard units?

    I know these, and all, labor units and are used as a "starting point" for bidding. Units may be, and quite likely will be, adjusted up or down to suite the job and/or the situation including all kinds of variables.

    Just wanting to know if these units are the standard kinda like the NECA units are for electrical contractors.

    Thanks.

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    No estimators among us?

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    Pricing is generally not discussed in the open forums.
    Its reserved for the pro forums.

    Means is standard around here though.

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